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78 injured in Jallikattu

Press Trust of India  |  Madurai 

Seventy eight bull tamers and spectators, who were injured in Jallikattu (bull taming) held in Tiurchirappalli and Pudukottai districts, have been admitted to hospitals, police said today.

Six hundred bulls participated in the Jallikattu at Keezha Anbil in Tiruchi district in connection with a temple festival yesterday, police said, adding, 44 persons including 18 spectators were injured in the game.



In Pudukottai 34 persons sustained injuries.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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78 injured in Jallikattu

Seventy eight bull tamers and spectators, who were injured in Jallikattu (bull taming) held in Tiurchirappalli and Pudukottai districts, have been admitted to hospitals, police said today. Six hundred bulls participated in the Jallikattu at Keezha Anbil in Tiruchi district in connection with a temple festival yesterday, police said, adding, 44 persons including 18 spectators were injured in the game. In Pudukottai 34 persons sustained injuries. Seventy eight bull tamers and spectators, who were injured in Jallikattu (bull taming) held in Tiurchirappalli and Pudukottai districts, have been admitted to hospitals, police said today.

Six hundred bulls participated in the Jallikattu at Keezha Anbil in Tiruchi district in connection with a temple festival yesterday, police said, adding, 44 persons including 18 spectators were injured in the game.

In Pudukottai 34 persons sustained injuries.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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78 injured in Jallikattu

Seventy eight bull tamers and spectators, who were injured in Jallikattu (bull taming) held in Tiurchirappalli and Pudukottai districts, have been admitted to hospitals, police said today.

Six hundred bulls participated in the Jallikattu at Keezha Anbil in Tiruchi district in connection with a temple festival yesterday, police said, adding, 44 persons including 18 spectators were injured in the game.

In Pudukottai 34 persons sustained injuries.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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